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The remote does not have a microphone to detect voice, like the Siri Remote does. It is currently unknown if you can make the Siri button programmable on a remote with a microphone.
It's likely a safety feature. If someone was using hands free while driving and changed the volume. It could blast really loud music in your ear and cause you to crash. Possibly injuring yourself and others. This would open up Apple to lawsuits.
Siri doesn't retrieve that so you need to tap the settings app and navigate to the phone portion of that app. You could use voiceover to navigate there and hear what is set or you could ask Siri to dial 804-222-1111 and use that or similar service to check your caller ID.
"What's my phone number" just worked for me. She replied, "You have phone numbers for iPhone & work" & both were listed below.
If you press and hold the Home button down and keep it down the whole time you are asking Siri the question, letting go of the Home button will signify "end of question." It takes a little getting used to but it works great. This is not exactly what you asked for but it solves your problem.
There is no way to give Siri an EOF-type word that you're done talking. Similar to what @dennismuys said in the comment, you can tap the Siri waveform on the screen when you're done talking. While this isn't the key-word you're looking for, it will serve the same purpose.
I'm not aware of any way to have Siri add a checkbox to a note. You can use Siri to take notes or add Reminder items. There are probably free apps on the app store that will do something similar but since most of them rely on Siri in the background, if they don't use Google's interface, you won't get much more than regular Siri. I did find a nice site ...
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